|Roger Dingeldine - Tor and censorship: lessons learned - 26c3|
Tor developer Roger Dingeldine gives an overview of the Tor network and the challenges faced by governments implementing censorship.
Keywords: 26c3; Roger Dingledine; governments; block; Tor; Tor Project; Freedom; Internet Freedom; Iran; DPI; China; Great Firewall of China; SmartFilter; Cisco; Bhurma; Thailand; Censorship; Community; Jacob Appelbaum; Free Software; Anonymity; Privacy; Privacy by Design; Q&A
|"How Governments Have Tried To Block Tor" by Jacob Appelbaum & Roger Dingledine - 28c3|
Tor developers Roger Dingledine and Jacob Appelbaum talk about how exactly governments are doing the blocking, both in terms of what signatures they filter in Tor (and how Tor has gotten around the blocking in each case), and what technologies they use to deploy the filters -- including the use of Western technology to operate the surveillance and censorship infrastructure in Tunisia (Smartfilter), Syria (Bluecoat), and other countries...
Keywords: 28c3; Jacob Appelbaum; Roger Dingledine; governments; block; Tor; Tor Project; Freedom; Censorship; Iran; DPI; Community; Free Software; Anonymity; Privacy; Privacy by Design; Society; Culture; Hacking; Making; Society; Politics; Lecture; China; Syria; Blue Coat; Smart Filter; Cisco; IBM; Holocaust
|Eben Moglen - How To Retrofit The First Law Of Robotics (HOPE 9, 2012)|
Columbia law professor and legal council to the Free Software Foundation, Eben Moglen, on the dangers of mobile devices in their current state.
Keywords: 2012; HOPE; HOPE 9; Hackers On Planet Earth; Eben Moglen; keynote; Q&A; Free Software; Issac Asimov; First Law of Robotics; robots; androids; Android; iPhone; proprietary software; history; safety; privacy; privacy by design; Freedom Box; Debian; free speech; ownership; Library of Congress; DMCA; Apple; mobile devices; smartphones; tracking devices
|Eben Moglen - Navigating The Age Of Democratized Media|
"The problem presented by The Press that is to say by the machinery of communication since we began industrializing communication and fighting ignorance in Europe, in the 15th Century. The problem posed by the Press is its almost impossible affiliation with power. The Press and power are difficult to keep apart more difficult to keep apart than peanut butter and jelly, more difficult to keep apart than night and day..." Keynote given on Febuary 25, 2011 by Columbia law professor Eben Moglen at t...
Keywords: 2011; Eben Moglen; Columbia University; NYC; Morningside Post Conference; journalism; Freedom; 20th Century; industrial press; Catholic Church; Gutenberg; printing press; Reformation; 15th Century; Catholic Church; ignorance; governments; Internet; Internet freedom; surveillance; social networking; control; Facebook; federated networks; decentralized networks; anonymity; Freedom Box; privacy; privacy by design; Free Software; FSF; democratized; A. J. Liebling; 1975; Wikileaks; Craigslist; telecommunications; Tor; Tor Project; Eygpt; Mubarak; Hosni Mubarak; Maghreb; solidarity; civil liberties; Poland
|Jacob Appelbaum (TERENA Networking Conference)|
Tor developer Jacob Appelbaum speaking at the 2012 TERENA Networking Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Keywords: 2012; Iceland; Reykjavik; Jacob Appelbaum; Tor; Tor Project; anonymity; privacy; privacy by design; Freedom; onion routing; Iran; Syria; United Arab Emirates; Saudi Arabia; China; Great Firewall of China; Cisco; Censorship; Huawei; Blue Coat; DPI; Smart Filter; Community; Free Software; Free Speech; the Right to Read; RMS; Free Society; Culture; Hacking; Making; Science; Society; Politics; Internet; Internet freedom; FBI; CALEA; Q&A; IBM; Holocaust; Gutenberg; printing press
|A selection of talks by Prof. Eben Moglen (2001-2012) - Eben Moglen|
Prof. Eben Moglen is a programmer, historian, professor of law, lawyer and Free Software advocate. After receiving his J.D. and Ph.D. from Yale University he was a designer and implementer of advanced computer languages at I.B.M, later served as law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and currently is professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia University. He serves as General Counsel for the Free Software Foundation pro bono and is the founding director of PUBPAT and the Softwar...
Keywords: Eben Moglen; podcast; Columbia University; networks; humanity; Free Software; software; knowledge; physics; Einstein; information; morality; zero marginal cost; Freedom; 20th Century; industrial press; Catholic Church; Gutenberg; printing press; Protestant Reformation; 15th Century; ignorance; governments; brains; censorship; book burning; ebook; Internet; Internet freedom; surveillance; social networking; control; federated networks; decentralized networks; anonymity; Freedom Box; privacy; privacy by design; Free Software; Free Hardware; Free Bandwidth; democratized; A. J. Liebling; ignorance; economy; PUBPAT; public patents; pipes; switches; computers; code; Lawrence Lessig; Wikipedia; Creative Commons; copyleft; Mozilla; Mozilla Foundation; Firefox; Microsoft; Internet Explorer; Freedom; Richard Stallman; RMS; GNU/Linux; GPL; journalism; textbooks; universal access; sharing; commons; patents; Software Freedom Law Center; FSF; hackers; taxes; Apple; corporations; cellphones; privacy; Free Speech; PGP; GPG